Photo from Ivy Tech Northeast in Fort Wayne, Ind. Ivy Tech Community College is the state's largest public postsecondary institution and the nation's largest singly accredited statewide community college system serving nearly 200,000 students annually

Local college leader talks security

Students and staff at Ivy Tech Northeast went back to class with the thoughts of those involved in the shooting at Umpqua Community College on their minds.

Mug shot of Oscar Turner provided by the Allen County Sheriff's Dept.

Arrest made in stabbing incident

A 70-year-old man faces a charge of aggravated for what police say was an argument that led to a stabbing inside a Fort Wayne apartment building
Thursday that left another man in critical condition.

Mug shot of Dalton R. Davis provided by the Jay County Sheriff's Dept.

Man facing murder charge for infant death

The man is accused of killing his girlfriend’s five-week-old daughter. Police were called to the rural Jay County home they all shared on Tuesday after the infant was found not breathing.

Police were able to take the man into custody at 2:05 p.m.

Police take barricaded man into custody

Fort Wayne police closed Lake and Columbia avenues Tuesday afternoon while emergency personnel negotiated with a man who had barricaded himself inside a home. They were able to take him into custody shortly after 2 p.m.

Aristides Palencia Jacinto

Man accused of touching girls on moped rides

Aristides Palencia Jacinto, 46, of Warsaw faces three Level 4 felony charges of child molesting, accused of fondling or touching three different children under 14 years old.

More police wearing body cameras as 'insurance'

Body camera rules to be discussed

The question of whether Indiana law should place restrictions on the public release of police body camera video is set to be discussed by a state legislative committee.

File Photo.

Man gets probation for Facebook threats on Muncie police

The man was accused of posting ominous comments about Muncie police on Facebook, including about Muncie Police Chief Steve Stewart. An affidavit says Stamper wrote that he wanted 30 seconds with Stewart with “no cameras.”